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Soil Conservation in the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan

Nature volume 155, pages 7071 (20 January 1945) | Download Citation



IN December 1942, a committee was appointed by the Governor-General of the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan to consider the problem of soil conservation in the Sudan; it was constituted as follows: Dr. J. D. Tothill, director of agriculture and forests; Lieut.-Colonel C. P. Fisher, director of the veterinary service; Mr. J. Smith, chief conservator of forests; Mr. G. Andrew, Government geologist; and Messrs. G. M. Hancock and B. Kennedy-Cooke, Sudan Political Service. The Committee's report has just been issued*.

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